transportChoose one of the following categories: aeroplanes, buses, cars, road signs, traffic lights, trains,or view the best beliefs in this section as voted by visitors. Here are the ten most recently added beliefs:
When I was a child I used to believe that airplanes could take you to the moon just because they were near the sky all the time. My dad broke my heart when he told me that wasn't true.
When i was a child, I use to believe that the airplanes was controled from the peope on the floor, and they played with them 😝...like a toy.
I used to believe that the planes flew by the engine but now I know that they fly , because the wings with the air and the pressure (differents air pressure) produce the lift
I used to think that petrol was car food to make it go faster. And if you didn't feed it it would die and never work again.
I used to think that people who were speeding past a speed camera would have to cover their faces with their hands so the speed camera would not recognise them.
I used to think every family had a car and a truck since that's what we had. I had no idea why people would borrow trucks.
When I was a kid, I always heard the phrase "don't drink and drive".
I thought it was because if you had a few drinks of alcohol while driving, it would instantly make you drunk beyond all reason.
I thought there was something that happened when you combined driving with a few sips of booze.
I used to think that the slippery road sign was a ski hat - the tires and wavy tracks were ear flaps with the strings hanging down. I thought it meant to be careful driving when it was cold out.
When I was little I believed that a car's turn signal operated all by itself. Whichever arrow was blinking you HAD TO turn that way. You must not disobey! And if you were running late for something and the car told you to go a different way, you'd just be out of luck. (Apparently it escaped my notice that the driver flipped a lever right before making the turn).
When I was little, I used to believe that there was a little room for a man underneath every traffic light to turn on the red, yellow or green light.